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How to preload an app in the ROM of an android phone

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Apr 17, 2014

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A new smartphone brand asked us to deliver them the apk of a game we developed for them to install it in the ROM of all their phones.

The app is made with adobe air and works very well when installed as a "normal" app.

Unfortunately, when the manufacturer of the smartphone tries to preload the game in the ROM of the phone, they get this error :

dlopen("/data/app-lib/NameOfTheApp/libCore.so")

failed: Cannot load library: load_library(linker.cpp:757): library "/data/app-lib/NameOfTheApp/libCore.so" not found

So they suggest to change the search lib file path into “system/lib” instead of "data/app-lib"

Is there any way to do that during the packaging ? or any java/config file to change in Flash Builder ?

Thanks for your help.

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How to preload an app in the ROM of an android phone

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Apr 17, 2014

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Hi

A new smartphone brand asked us to deliver them the apk of a game we developed for them to install it in the ROM of all their phones.

The app is made with adobe air and works very well when installed as a "normal" app.

Unfortunately, when the manufacturer of the smartphone tries to preload the game in the ROM of the phone, they get this error :

dlopen("/data/app-lib/NameOfTheApp/libCore.so")

failed: Cannot load library: load_library(linker.cpp:757): library "/data/app-lib/NameOfTheApp/libCore.so" not found

So they suggest to change the search lib file path into “system/lib” instead of "data/app-lib"

Is there any way to do that during the packaging ? or any java/config file to change in Flash Builder ?

Thanks for your help.

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